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Mr. Wolski had an iron will and learned to walk again.
Without the will to win, the team won't go far.
a clash of wills between a manager and an employee
For once politicians are listening to the will of the people.
He claims he was held in the apartment against his will.
She was a powerful ruler, used to imposing her will.
I really should make a will, just in case something happens.
Ed's father didn't leave him anything in his will.
This is the American English definition of will. View British English definition of will.
money, food, or clothes given to poor people
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